I posted earlier about my really horrible experience with Stitch Fix. I did a lot of complaining about it in various places around the internet, and Stitch Fix kindly offered to waive the fee should I decide to try a second Stitch Fix box. So with nothing to lose, I decided to go ahead and try it again. I was very specific on my profile as to what I wanted and didn't want...well as specific as one can be in 200 characters. The second time around, I was much more pleased with what my stylist picked for me (Hi Talleda!). She stuck to my Pinterest board and even looked around my blog for tips on what I would like, ie not zippered hot pants.
Item number one was this cute black and white striped skirt at $68. I really liked the look, but it was a little too tight around my mom pooch that my husband lovingly insists I don't have. So overall opinion was was cute but too small.
The second item I wasn't sure about when I pulled it out of the box. I'm not a fan of the short and wide look that for some reason is popular. But when I tried this sweater on, I really liked the elbow patches, that you can't see here, and I liked how it was longer in back. Johnny gave it two thumbs up, so this one is a go. $64 by the way.
This second sweater I was really excited about because I've had an Aztec print sweater on my "to buy" list for awhile now. I think the fit is great and the print is cute. Johnny is not a fan of this sweater and does not understand why it has so much extra fabric on the top. I told him I wouldn't make him wear it. So this one was another go, $78.
This next one was a little too much plaid, even for me. The fit of this pea coat was actually pretty good, and I liked the quilted lining, but for $148, I didn't feel that the quality of the wool was high enough. I would rather spend more money on something a little more timeless and a little higher quality. So negatory to the pea coat.
I love love loved this navy, cream and red infinity scarf! You can't tell from the picture, but it's kind of patterned after a striped flour sack. Super soft and super cute. Good choice for $34.